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Feb 14, 2013 4:00am PST
't get you, then an auto correct gaffe will. tactus technology has developed a new kind of keyboard. now you see it, now you don't. this working prototype is still being refined, but you get the idea. the keys bubble up. what makes it happen? microfluidics. >> we fill those channels with a fluid. the fluid makes the channels invisible. to make buttons, we simply increase the amount of fluid that makes the top surface rise up. >> reporter: the microfluidics panel replaces the top layer of a display screen and doesn't add thickness so it won't add extra weight of thickness, so the technologygy can work with any touchscreen device. imagine a smarter universal remote. if you're watching a dvd, only the right buttons appear. no fumbling for the right buttons out of the dozens available. and now that most cars have displays that use this drivers can use the tech. >> you can provide guidance so drivers can keep their eyes on the road, and their hands on the wheel for as long as possible. >> reporter: tactus has announced one deal with the display manufacturer so far,
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